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Label (File Menu)

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Assigns a label to the specified version or current version of a file or project.

You must have Label access right to use this command.

Projects and files may be identified with labels. Labels are usually more descriptive than version numbers and may be affixed at the project or file level. Labels are a convenient way to document a specific point in development time.

 The label of file or project may be inherited from its ancestors or directly applied to the itself. Labels applied to projects or files can be viewed in Show Labels dialog box.

How to label the current version of a file or project

How to label a history version of a file or project

1. In the History Explorer dialog box, select the file or project version you want to label.

2. Click Label button.

3. In the Label dialog box, enter a label name and any comments.

4. Click OK.